Douglas Rhein was born in America and attended university in both USA and England, majoring in Psychology and Communication, before coming to Asia where he has worked in China, Korea, Japan and Thailand.
Today, Douglas Rhein lectures in many areas of Psychology at Mahidol University, Thailand as well as being a key Instructor Support Manager for a large German company training for the Airport Railway Link Projects in Bangkok. Areas of training include operations, safety, and communications. Douglas conducts training courses at leading companies, hospitals and multinational corporations in Asia.
Douglas Rhein has a deep understanding of Asian culture and has published a number of papers concerning academic studies in Asia. He is currently a doctoral candidate of education at an Australian university and researcher for Thai government departments and offices.
Prakorn Siriprakob, Ph.D.
Dr. Prakorn Siriprakob attended university in Thailand to obtain a bachelor's degree and in the United States, for a master's degree and PhD majoring in Public Administration and Political Science. Moreover, he specializes in Public Administration Theory, Organization Theory and Organizational Behavior, public management, human resources management, comparative public administration, quality assurance and research methodology in public administration.
Due to his expertise, he has not only given lectures to doctoral degree, master's degree, and undergraduate degree classes, but has also facilitated management training for Thai Airways, the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security and Triumph Air Repairs. His training areas cover Social Development and Management Administration, Thai Cultural Training and Cross Cultural Training.
Currently, Dr. Prakorn Siriprakob is a lecturer, Quality Management Representative (QMR) and Assistant Dean at the faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.